Download Issue (1002 KB)
"Brevard County's Only Colored Newspaper" containing church, social, and news of general interest. Circulation in Cocoa, Merritt Island, and Mims every Saturday. The Script Collection includes volume I, number 1 from July 13, 1946, through February 8, 1947 totally twenty-nine issues with contributions from Harry T. Moore. Moore (1905-1951) was the founder of the first branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in Brevard County, Florida.
Brevard County (Fla.) -- Newspapers; Brevard (Fla.) -- Newspapers; Colored people -- Newspapers; African Americans -- Newspapers; African Americans -- Brevard County (Fla.) -- 1940s; African American Newspapers; Black Newspapers; Civil Rights Movement; People; Places; Social Life.
Elmer Silas (Cocoa, Fla.)
Aged Man Cuts Youth Here Sunday: G. McGhee Knifed In Whisky Brawl; George P. Hinton Unit Plans Fish Fry At Near Date; Funeral Held For William Funches In Jacksonville; Notes From The Editor's Desk [Column]; Legion Flag Vets Graves Monday; P-T. A. Holds Meeting; Jacksonville Quints Die; Club [Cub?] Scouts Have Outing; Congratulations; Speak A Good Word; A Tribute To A VET; City Briefs and Social News [Column]; From The Police Department [Column]; Church News [Column]; Cocoa Junior High School News [Column]; SPORTS [Column]; The Trojans News [Column].
Number Of Pages
23 cm x 30 cm
Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore Cultural Complex
The Script, "The Script, Vol. 01 No. 19, November 16, 1946" (1946). The Script. 19.